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The Daily Dispatch: June 18, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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vant whether her son would be allowed bail, His Honor peremptorily objected, remarking at the same time that he was one of the worst scamps that now infest the city. Eliza Whitehurst, the mother of one of the above-named prisoners, charged with receiving the breastpin, knowing it to have been stolen, was dismissed. George, slave of Eliza Hall, was ordered to be whipped for stealing $35 in Confederate money from Augustus Hebermehi. Two negroes, named respectively John, slave of Rebecca Leach, and Henry Stanard, free, arrested for conducting the restaurant business in violation of law, were, upon the first hearing of the case, fined $50 and ordered to be committed to prison; but in a short while afterwards, upon consultation with the reputed owner of the establishment, a white man, they were discharged. --These negroes have for some time back been to all appearances proprietors of the "Bragg" Saloon, on Governor street, and if the truth could be known no one but themselves ha